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After my last diary post where I wrote about how I wanted to start eating healthy again and you giving me good feedback on that post, the day has finally come. I made my first What I ate today post. To be quite honest this isn't what I ate today, as it's only 9 in the morning and to eat this much at 9 in the morning makes me feel sick already. This is what I have been eating on Tuesday when I had my first exam so let's hop right into my food diary.

For breakfast I had porridge with soy milk and some blackberries and a cup of green tea. This is, hands down, the best breakfast for when you have exams. It gives me such an energy boost and I don't care that it's summer soon. I love my porridge in the morning! 

Now for lunch I had some pita bread with spinach, a Chili pepper, some sesame seeds and some chicken. I had this during my Spring break and I absolutely loved it. Now I normally would it this with a wholegrain pita bread, but we did not have any. I do not recommend putting 3(!) Chili peppers in the pan while cooking your chicken. It was a bit too spicy, but darn it was good!

For dinner I had a kind of unhealthy dinner. I was craving mashed potatoes but couldn't be bothered with mashing them up properly. Also I was craving some bacon. Who doesn't love bacon?! So I boiled these potatoes in the microwave and put them into our "fake magic bullet", fried the bacon just like 30 seconds on each side and them plopped it all together in a bowl. It was delicious, yet so unhealthy. I need to switch the normal potatoes to sweet potatoes, which I think makes it a lot healthier already!

I had my first snack at around 11 o'clock. I decided to have some blueberries, as I absolutely love them! They're really good at this time of year and I find myself munching on them like always. My cousin once told me that they are really good for you, so after hearing that and after discovering how good they are during this time of year, this has been my go to snack!

I had my second snack at around 4 o'clock. I had some carrots with spicy humus. GIRL if you have never had spicy humus in your life before, you're missing out! This stuff is amazing and I love me some spice in food. Besides the fact that I LOVE humus, carrots are always a good idea. Definitely try some spicy humus out if you like your spicy foods!

So that is what I ate on a random day this past week. I hope you enjoyed this first what I ate post and I hope that you would like to see more. Also, I am sorry that these photos are taken with my iPhone. The next post is going to be much much much better quality! 


  1. I would happily eat everything you have included in this post. I have been wanting to properly eat healthy for a while and feel like this post has given me the inspiration to do so.


  2. All of this looks so delicious yet so healthy.It may sound weird but sometimes when I've eaten really unhealthily healthy food feels so clean and refreshing. I adore carrot and hummus,it's a go-to snack,and blueberries are always delish!

  3. you have such yummy food! i can't get enough of blueberries and eat them all the time. As for your mash potato and back, that looks amazing, sometimes the simplest things can be the nicest! xx


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